Italy and France have about 15,000 people over the age of 100, which makes them countries with the "European history of high," said the Italian Institute of Statistics (Istat) in its annual report. According to the document, it is estimated that men live on an average of 80.8 years and women 85.2: "Over time, women's survival advantages over men have fallen," they said. "On a global scale, Italy disputes the aging of Japan, as from January 1, 2017, 165 people aged 65 and 100 were enrolled in the first country, every 100 young people under 15 and 201 in Japan," he explained. the report. In addition, the contribution of foreign citizens to the birth rate of the resident population "has also slowed down," Istat said. "Between 2012 and 2017, those born with at least one foreign father fell, as there were fewer than 8,000," they said. According to Istat, the alien resident also aged.